My mother did not find the original “hollaback” definition in the Urban Dictionary–it was a 30-something priest from Poland. (She was just passing on the message.)
Mariusz–I turned off the comments because I didn’t think anyone would respond and YOU DID! They will be left on from now on.
Dan and I saw “March of the Penguins” on Friday night. It was a fabulous documentary. We also went out to eat at a restaurant called “The Place” last night. Very chic. Afterwards, we stood on the line outside the Magnolia Bakery. The line wasn’t too bad and the cupcakes were worth it. Note to self: Stop hanging out with Dan because he makes you eat lots of sugar. But how can I say no? We picked out some new houses to buy–my favorite is on the corner of W. 4th and W. 11th Street. STUNNING.
So I’m babysitting a little guy on the Upper West Side. He is a very cute 5 year old and tomorrow I am picking him up from gymnastics club to play. Haaaaaaaa. They live right next to Central Park and they told me I can pretty much take him anywhere–the park, the museum, just play in the apartment, whatever. I’m very excited though the Upper West Side makes me nostalgic. I have been VERY good about not picking up the phone and calling someone that I’m not allowed to call. Frustrating, but I’ve been good.
I’m going home tonight for Sunday dinner with the family. It’s becoming a very awesome good time. They don’t know it yet, but I bought them Magnolia Bakery cupcakes TOO!!!! Ooooooo this is gonna be a CRAZY night. My mom says if I go on an audition she’ll give me $25. I think this it to make up for the fact that she never gave us $5 for every A on our report card like some of my friend’s mothers. At the age of 48, she has finally reduced to bribing me in order to get my life on track. I’m very appreciative. $25 is a lot. (Um. Wow. I’m poor.)
That is all! Aren’t you glad my update was brief and relatively happy! Enjoy your week all. And hollerback, white girl style.